I have my standard recipe for making buns. It’s an easy one that I know by memory so after a day of working I can bake my own bread without to much fuzzle.
So, these ones were a welcome change to the menu. And I know I didn’t do the sesame thing because I became lazy at the end:
Name: Fifty/Fifty Burger Buns
From: American Vegan Kitchen
Author: Tamasin Noyes
This is again food I took to a potluck. Yes, I’m a lucky girl, I’m having potlucks every week.
Name: Moroccan-spiced couscous tabbouleh
From: Quick-fix Vegan
Author: Robin G. Robertson
AyAyAy, one week further in VeganMoFo, and I’m already getting in trouble. Didn’t find the time to read other people’s blog and not enough time to do some decent cooking. I hope hanging around with other vegans will fullfil as an excuse. Like taking this to a potluck:
Name: Red Bomb Curry
From: Mouthwatering Vegan
Author: Miriam Sorrell
I can’t hardly wait for the new Chloe Coscarelli book, in the meantime I prepared something from her first book:
Name: LA-style chimichurri tacos
From: Chloe’s kitchen
Author: Chloe Coscarelli
I took these to a potluck and they were a big hit.
Although I made this without the olives (yes, I’m one of those people who doesn’t have olives as a standard in her cupboard).
Name: Tomato and Olive Tarts
From: Vegan al Fresco
Author: Carla Kelly
By coincidence one my first comment I received during this VeganMofo was made by Veggiebytes. It was about ‘The Vegan Stoner Cookbook’. She couldn’t know this book was actually the next one on my list.
You just gotta love this cookbook:
Name: Seitan Stroganoff
From: The Vegan Stoner Cookbook
Author: Sara Conrique, Graham I. Haynes
Hooray, it has started:
As mentioned I selected 20 vegan cookbooks from my home library, and my goal is to prepare at least one recipe from every book.
Here is the first one:
Name: Tomato Boats stuffed with Curried ‘Chicken’ salad
From: In search of the lost taste
Author: Joshua Ploeg
Comment: serve with a potato salad